Award winning Highline Heritage Museum features exhibits, public programs, and educational programs that enrich our cultural connections. The Highline Heritage Museum capture the stories of the Highline region, and bridges the years from the earliest of times, to the newest immigrant stories. History and heritage are personal matters to everyone. They believe that exploring everyone’s heritage allows us to experience a personal journey that enriches us as a community.
The Museum is very motivated to provide a vibrant community museum and authentic social gathering place. It truly takes a village to raise a museum, from inspiring and fiercely dedicated volunteers, to donors, to board members, funding support from various sources, and amazing partnerships co-curating all the exhibits. Despite the challenges, their eagerness to build a stronger and more connected community is their daily inspiration. This museum is from the community to the community!
The Museum is passionate that its visitors have access to a broad spectrum of information sources and cultural perspectives. They envision themselves sitting at a round table where no one is the leader and stories are heard respectfully, regardless of gender, age, sexual orientation, disabilities, or ethnicity. They want their stories to spark discussions and to share differences and similarities. They are creating a place where visitors can connect with the stories and with each other.
Highline Heritage Museum is proud to be LEED Certified.